Ruckus Wireless Pricing and License Cost

Rama Mogadi
student at Westcon
The pricing is quite expensive. If you were to compare the solution, license, and pricing with another brand, I think Ruckus still have the most competitive pricing cost per feature rate among them all. For instance, drawing comparisons with similar products offered through HP or Dell EMC, Ruckus' price reasonable. The licensing is great; it's more flexible than the other brands as well. For example, we can buy the license for upgrading the controller on an as needed basis. The other brands don't offer this option. View full review »
D6B8
District Technology at a K-12 educational company or school with 1,001-5,000 employees
Ruckus was much cheaper than their enterprise competition (Aruba, Cisco, etc.). We've found that Ruckus can handle the client density load with greater success than Aruba, so leveraging Ruckus has allowed us to lower our purchasing needs since we would need to procure fewer APs. Cloudpath would be an added cost if you wanted to deploy that solution. View full review »
BjørnJensen
President at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
It's definitely a good value. It's more expensive than some of the other offerings out there, but when you compare it to other enterprise-class gear, it's very well priced. And the beauty of it is, because it has better range because of their patented BeamFlex - which is the way they can send and receive and listen to signals - you can actually use fewer access points. That means that it's a cheaper overall project. View full review »
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Monzurul Karim Khan
Managing Director at Biometrics.BD Limited
We found it a little more expensive than the other competitors on the market. View full review »
John Harrie
President/Owner
Pricing is very competitive for an enterprise solution. Licensing: Always carry the support contract on the controller (not needed on APs). View full review »
Rai Kashif Jahangir
IT Manager at a outsourcing company with 11-50 employees
The cost per AP license should be worked on. View full review »
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